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  • Some opinions of a professor in Tsinghua university  By : Sylvia
    Hu yudi is a famous professor in Tsinghua university. He told his personal opinions about love, partner, friendship, life. I collected them from a friend’s QQ zone, and translated into English. Hope you can learn something from it.
  • How to plan safe way for marquee hire  By : Peter Joness
    When you are thinking of your party, keep in mind that marquees are the perfect venue for a wide variety of parties. Guess how beautiful your wedding party could be with a fully dressed and styled marquee.
  • Goal Selection Is Important . Avoid Self-Sabotage  By : punu
    Successful goal selection stems from our inner perceptions and the congruence of our actions. If what we want and how we go about accomplishing our goals is incongruent, then we are likely to experience a degree of self-sabotage
  • Hidden Self Improvement Power  By : punu
    When we look at a certain object, a painting for example – we won’t be able to appreciate what’s in it, what is painted and what else goes with it , if the painting is just an inch away from our face. But if we step back a little further, we’ll have a clearer vision of the whole art work. This is the way we view ourselves. We are too close to see the real meaning of us. We need to step back.
  • The Easy Acne Treatment Program That Will Make You Smile!  By : James DeSantis
    Can a simple acne treatment plan really work? Acne is such an aggravation for most of us. We try all the expensive garbage advertised on TV and via junk mail and we remain un-happy because nothing works as advertised. Well, get ready to smile...
  • Making Eye Contact in Conversation - The Do's and the Don'ts  By : Royane Real
    Many people make eye contact mistakes when they are talking to others. Some people stare at their conversation partners too intensely, and other people don't make eye contact at all. Too much or too little eye contact will make the person you are talking with feel very uncomfortable.
  • The Rest Of The Story  By : vivekrenu
    Most people instinctively know what leadership is. In all of the surveys that have been done in this area people usually define leadership as either "responsibility" or "accountability."

    There is a huge difference between these two terms.

    In my career, I moved from a business where I was the "responsible one" to a business where I was to be "accountable."
  • Clarity After Commitment....  By : Satish25
    If you already know a thing, then there is no need for clarification. It is that which one does not know that causes one to procrastinate, be uncertain or to doubt.
    We want what we want, and we want it now. That is how we human beings operate. It is good to have presence of mind and live in the now, but that does not mean that we should demand everything to come into our lives now. Everything that we need now, we already have. God has a set time for everything: To every thing there is a season,
  • Helping a Grieving Friend  By : Eileen Joyce
    When people are going through devastating times, we can help not just by asking what we can do to help, but offer specific actions that we can do for them. Actions speak louder than words and small things done with great love can make a big difference.
  • Grieving: The Honest Response to Any Major Life Change  By : Eileen Joyce
    Grief is what we feel when we loose someone we love. or some change that impacts our daily routine. The emotions of grief include everything from anger and devastating pain. sadness as well as relief. and everything in between. Often we have seemingly opposing feelings at almost the same time. Feeling our most painful emotions will also allow us to feel what we are most passionate about.
  • Asking Powerful Questions  By : Eileen Joyce
    Having a conversation for making a difference takes asking powerful questions. To do this we must get more interested in what the other person in thinking and feeling and ask questions from a place of not knowing the answer. When we get out of our all-knowing mind, we move into the openness of our heart and we shift an ordinary conversation into one that can make a difference.
  • The Silent Healer  By : Eileen Joyce
    Grief is the natural response to any major loss. When someone suffers a devastating loss, their heart is broken and the first step to healing is to express their feelings. Listening is the healing power within each of us that we can give to those we love who have a broken heart.
  • What Do Self Improvement and Bamboo Have In Common?  By : Gene Anger
    Are you frustrated with the apparent lack of success experienced by your self improvement efforts?
    Learn what is happening behind the scenes in your subconscious mind and you will find it easier to let go of resistance; eliminating the impatience and frustration often associated with personal growth.
  • Will Power is Over Rated  By : Gene Anger
    Often we use will power when deciding to eliminate a bad habit or make some personal life changes.
    It has been scientifically proven we think in 6 areas of the brain simultaneously and only one of these areas is conscious while the other 5 are non-conscious.
    Since will power is exerted on a conscious level, success is limited by your ability to consistently remain focused on a specific goal until achievement.
    Learn how to change your pre-conditioned habits at the source and eliminate the stress associated with giving up or failing to succeed.
  • How to Look Fantastic While You Are On the Go  By : AriannaJordan
    Many women worry about how to manage their hairstyles to look good while traveling for business or vacationing away from home. It can be a challenge to remember to bring the essentials you will need for the care and styling of your hair, and it is also an added issue to have to struggle with several extra pieces of luggage to carry all the products and tools you might need.
  • Considering Male Laser Hair Removal?  By : Brandon McVey
    Year after year, male laser hair removal has become more accepted and fashionable. Now that summer is upon us and more men are heading to the pools and beaches they are wanting to look slick and clean. Men of all sizes, ages, sexuality, ethnicity, and back grounds are shedding their excess body hair.
  • Learedship in Small Business  By : Pobert II Smith
    Small businesses are defined as firms having one to 500 employees and make up approximately 50% of the civilian non-farm workforce in the United States. Since 1980, the number of small business owners and operators has steadily increased in number. Evidence shows that small business is responsible for providing essentially all of the new jobs created in the US during the 1980’s. New jobs arise from the expansion of existing small businesses or though the startup of new companies.
  • Boost the love and respect of all your relationships!  By : RameshSonu
    Are there some relationships in your life that just take more work to maintain than you're enjoying? Do you find yourself wanting to be compassionate and be able to
  • Defending Yourself is Easier Than You Think  By : mike rao
    Artcile details how to best defend yourself if you are targeted by a criminal.
  • Leadership Skills  By : Pobert II Smith
    The new environments where businesses now find themselves in require the new type of leaders, who will combine the qualities and the skills of scholars, practitioners and leaders. The leaders, who have realized this new challenge of the society, are already on their way of self development and self improvement.
  • Staying Firm When Life is Unpredictable  By :
    This article talks about how life is unpredictable at times. Certain situations arise in which we have no control of, especially when dealing with accidents, death, and so on. This article aims give importance to friends and family members, for they are the ones whom one can easily go to for help and support. Counseling and therapy is also advised.
  • Memorizing Groups of Items Doesn't Have to Be Difficult  By : Gail Metcalf
    Being able to memorize a list is a good thing, but what happens when you need to memorize more than one, or groups of items?
  • Are We Stuck With Failing Memory?  By : Gail Metcalf
    As scientists learned more about the brain and how memory actually worked, they realized that there were things once could actually do to improve not only their short-term memory, but to help recall facts that were stored in their long-term memory as well.
  • Mental Health: Knowing When To Get Help  By : aseya
    Mental health is how we think, feel and act as we cope with life. It also helps determine how we handle stress, relate to others and make choices. Like physical health, mental health is important at every stage of life, from childhood and adolescence through adulthood. Learn when to get help if your mental health is at risk.
  • Top Ten Worst Ways to Die  By : Devin Hansen..
    True, ranking the worst ways to die is actually impossible. I mean, how can you really know without experiencing it?! I guess it's like rating someone else's orgasms. All we can do is measure the screams
  • Seeking Help from a Psychologist - Where to Start  By :
    There are times in everyone's lives when things feel out of control. Whether there has been a specific event has occurred or you simply are shouldering the burden of several independent problems.
  • A Fairy Tale Starring Self-Esteem And Self-Improvement: Believing In Yourself  By : Elaine Landau
    Self-Esteem and Self-Improvement go together like peanut butter and jelly. One won't happen without the other.
  • Treating Panic Disorders – Super Tips for Panic Attack Sufferers  By : Michael Lee
    It is vital to gain knowledge and apply necessary steps in treating panic disorders because it is one of the most nerve-racking (and sometimes embarrassing) experiences that anyone can ever encounter.
  • Looking Through a Window  By : Jack Reider
    Learn the true secret of life by gazing at any window or mirror. The medium is simple, but the message - divine.
  • What Are The Symptoms Of OCD?  By : John Morris
    There is only a fine line that separates normal fears, diligence and mannerisms from the earliest signs of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder or OCD.

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